We're in the market for our first trailer and the Happier Camper
Traveler (HCT) ticks all of the right boxes. We were looking into the Escape
21 as a budget option but the exchange rate policy the recently implemented ruled that out. I can't justify spending 10% more than others pay for resale value reasons alone. To be fair, Escape
has told me they are going to revisit their policy in the fall
The price of the HCT puts us in Oliver
territory and I can trust that Oliver
knows how to construct and glass a hull that will outlast many of us. I've watched their plant tour, read reviews, and understand their process some of which is detailed here: https://olivertraveltrailers.com/oliver-difference/
Does anyone know much about the process Happier Camper
uses to build their hulls? I believe HC has updated their construction process to make the HC1's fiberglass more durable and while it is great to see a company actually improve their products, it does make me wonder if they are now at a point that I can put HC at the same level as a company like Oliver
or if we're all still beta testing.
If anyone has specifics about the build process, what has changed from the first generation, or personal experiences with the construction, I'd love to hear from you!